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Old 08-18-2011, 07:11 AM   #2
krobison
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You can find tons of datasets in the NCBI Short Read Archive and the European Nucleotide Archive.

You can also find already aligned short read datasets (in BAM format) all over the place. The 1000 genome project is sequencing many at low coverage, so might not be good for you, but Watson's genome is available as well as many others (Venter's is available in long reads). Complete Genomics has made a large number of human genomes available on their website. Personal Genome Project should have files up as well.

(aside: perhaps there should be a wiki section on repositories of human and other genome alignments)
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